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Lovely bit of wish fulfillment and more of what Gil McNeil does so well. Harried mum, adorably rambunctious boy children, eccentric older relatives, lots of good intentions well-rewarded, and come-uppance for the snooty side characters...and in this ...more
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Lumberjanes, Vol. 1 by Noelle Stevenson
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Sooo much fun.
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Maurice Sendak
“Then from far away across the world he smelled good things to eat, so he gave up being king of the wild things.”
Maurice Sendak, Where the Wild Things Are

Terry Pratchett
“Why do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colors. And the people there see you differently, too. Coming back to where you started is not the same as never leaving.”
Terry Pratchett, A Hat Full of Sky

Nick Harkaway
“His grandfather was scathing about "speculative faith," which is the kind you get from worrying about the possibility that God exists and may be cross with you. Daniel Spork observed that God, if there is one, is well aware of the interior dialogue, and most likely unimpressed by it. Much better, he said, to get on with being the man you are, and hope like buggery that God thinks you did as well as could be expected. Hence all the lessons and strictures concealed in everyday objects. _Learn the shape of the world, know the mind of God._”
Nick Harkaway, Angelmaker

Jhumpa Lahiri
“My grandfather says that's what books are for," Ashoke said, using the opportunity to open the volume in his hands. "To travel without moving an inch.”
Jhumpa Lahiri, The Namesake

Nick Harkaway
“And don't tell me the end justifies the means because it doesn't. We never reach the end. All we ever get is means. That's what we live with.”
Nick Harkaway, Angelmaker

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